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Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN - Wireless Hardware is not bound to transport driver

Question: Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN - Wireless Hardware is not bound to transport driver

I have a laptop with an Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN nic

1) Shows up in Device manager as healthy
2) Has latest driver as per manufacturer (hp elitebook 6930p) running win2008R2 server.
3) keyboard wifi indicator lites up
4) Device shows up as active in networking devices

however, I cannot see any wireless ssid's to associate with.
I checked mfg web site for latest drivers and the intel web set for the adapter itself. After many downloads of win8 and win7 driver bundles (no support for win2008r2 apparently) I have not found a solution yielding a fix. I did stumble across a Intel proset/Wireless wifi software utility manual diagnostic tool v15.6.0.0. When it runs, i get:

"Wireless Hardware is not bound to transport driver"

To be exact:
#Event,Source,Time,Error Severity,Domain,User,Description
1,Manual Diagnostic,04/12/2013 15:57:12,Warning,Unknown,Administrator,Hardware Test
- Result : Failed, Summary : Wireless Hardware is not bound to transport driver

With the same tool i can run it manually on just selecetd tests (hardware, driver, radio, scan, associate, auth, signal, ping)
All of them fail (as expected except the driver test:

To be exact:
#Event,Source,Time,Error Severity,Domain,User,Description
1,Manual Diagnostic,04/12/2013 16:00:07,Warning,Unknown,Administrator,Driver Test
- Result : Passed, Summary : Driver is loaded. NETwNs64 Version :14.3.2.1

The driver test passes, just not the link to the transport apparently. Not sure how to fix this.

Sysinfo output:
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T9600 @ 2.80GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 4060 Mb
Graphics Card: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3450, 128 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 476937 MB, Free - 448534 MB;
Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard, 30DC
Antivirus: None

Obviously not a supported combo, but there has got to be a way to bind my healty driver to the transport layer. Anyone have any ideas?
Thanks

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what does it mean, wireless hardware not bound to transport driver

Answer:wireless hardware not bound transport driver

What is the make and model of your computer?
Go to Start/Search and type devmgmt.msc, Right click the devmgmt results and Run As Administrator. In the Elevated Device Manager, are there any devices with yellow flags? Especially under Network Adapters? If so, these devices need to have drivers installed.
Go to the Manufacturers support/download drivers site, type in your make and model# or your service tag# and download the Wireless driver for your model.
If there are no yellow marks, what security software do you have? (eg) Norton, McAfee? sometimes these programs block Wireless traffic. If you have one of these Anti-Virus suites, try disabling it to see if that works.

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Ok, I'm having trouble getting online with my w500 - it seemed to be working fine, and then mid-session, it wouldn't log into my network, or see mine or any other networks. In the network and sharing center I went to Intel PROSet/wireless tool, clicked diagnose, and it gave a series of tests you could run. The first one was the hardware one, it failed and said "Wireless hardware is not bound to transport driver". All of the drivers are up to date, I'm using Vista, and I had the ThinkVantage bloat uninstalled, so I'm using the windows networking tools. I can't figure out what this means, and haven't found anything in the google that really seems to match my problem. Can anybody help, or point me in the right direction? Edit - fwiw, I can get online if I plug in directly to my router, but for some reason not if I plug in directly to the modem, for whatever that's worth. Thanks,  -r

Answer:wireless hardware is not bound to transport driver

hey smarmytime,let me get this rightlaptop+router+modem (via cable) = connection working finelaptop+modem (via cable) = connection goes wonkylaptop+wireless = works halfway then poofsThe wireless of yours comes from a Router+Wifi or is it coming from a Modem+Wifi set ?If it's coming from a Modem+Wifi set, then try the following.1- turn off wireless2- reset modem to factory setting (make sure wireless is off)3- key in the necessary info to make a connection.4. switch wifi off on laptop5. connect laptop to modem via cable.Does it connect ? Does it go poof halfway?After that, turn on the wireless for both modem and laptop, try connecting again. Does it connect ? Does it go poof halfway?





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Computer: Dell Inspiron N411Z
OS: Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 64 bit

Wireless Card: Intel Centrino 1030N
Driver Version 15.4.1.1

The system says that it is enabled and functioning properly...
No connection available
wireless light is on.

When Intel/Proset diagnostics run...

Test 1 hardware Fail Hardware not bound to transport driver...

Can anyone help ne with this?
 

Answer:Hardware not bound to transport driver

Hi

have you run any anti malware scans recently and if not then I would do so and this guide is good HERE just wish to make sure this is not malware related.

**DONT attach any logs in this thread but just see if malware is found, IF it is then start a new thread in the malware area of this forum and attach the logs to that thread**

Did this issue just happen all of a sudden or has it been going on for a while, if you can remember what you may have installed or updated or changed just before this issue happened that would be great?

Have you run any driver updater applications at all and if so what are their names?


But a quick thought and thing to try is to re-install the Chipset and the WiFi driver and follow the below to do this.

Install the Chipset Driver from HERE and reboot (crucial to reboot)
Then install the Wifi driver HERE and reboot and test,


If you could also post your Service Tag code number we can check if your hardware matches the drivers you need.
 

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I purchased my T500 within the first week Lenovo had it available for US consumers to order.  I was assured the machine was going to come with a WiMax card.  I gave it to my daughter to use.  We never tested WiMax since we did not have WiMax in our city until October of last year.  Came to find out, our machine did not come with a WiMax card as was promissed.  It has in it the Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN card instead.  Needless to say, I no longer feel comfortable ordering from Lenovo anymore.  We got seven laptops in the house.  Five of which are ThinkPads.  However, we've moved over to Samsung after this unpleasant experience. Today I wanted to see if there's an updated version of the driver I'm running for my WiFi card, to my unpleasant surprise, the driver for the Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN card in my T500 does not exist anywhere at www.lenovo.com.  I only see drivers for the Intel 5150 and the Intel 5350 cards. Does anybody out there have any idea where I can find the latest driver for the Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN in my duped T500 laptop?  Thank you in advance for your help.

Answer:T500 - Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN Driver

In the T500 driver matrix you will find the following entry;
 
Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000, Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6200/ 6205, Intel Centrino Advanced-N + WiMAX 6250,Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300,Intel PRO/Wireless 3945BG, 3945ABG Network Connection, Intel WiFi Link 1000/ 5350, Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AG/ 4965AGN
 
Windows 7 (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows Vista (32-bit, 64-bit), Windows XP 08 Sep 2011 14.02.0000
 
The link leads you to the following download page:
http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloads/detail.page?LegacyDocID=MIGR-77063
 
This package installs the software (Wireless LAN driver and utility) to enable the following devices:

Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000 (Intel(R) WiFi Link 1000)
Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6200
Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205
Intel Centrino Advanced-N + WiMAX 6250
Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300
Intel PRO/Wireless 3945BG Network Connection
Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG Network Connection
Intel WiFi Link 5100 AGN
Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN
Intel WiFi Link 5350
Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AG
Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN

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I obtained my T400 in November, and notice that the driver for my Intel WiFi Link 5300 wireless adapter is version 12.1.0.14 from 8/28/08. On the Intel Web site, I've noticed that the driver was upgraded to 12.1.2.1 on 11/24/08: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&Inst=Yes&ProductID=3062&DwnldID=17163&strOSs=... Are we permitted to install the latest driver (including the Intel PROSet/Wireless WiFi Connection Utility for Windows Vista, or does this interfere with ThinkVantage Wireless Detection, etc.), or do we have to wait to see if Lenovo certifies this version? Thanks in advance,Mike

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Hi there guys,it's my first post on this forum even although I should've asked here first. I have the same problem with the network wifi adapter as mentioned in the previous thread with this subject: it happens to disconnect and after that it doesn't appear in Device Manager for some time. Ussually I go there 'scan for hardware changes' and it appears back, but sometimes it doesn't come back for good and I need to restart my laptop. So..this is quite sad. I've read all the opinions about this and all solutions so far and nothing worked for me. I checked my driver on Intel and it says: Product DetectedIntel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGNCurrent Driver Installed14.3.2.1This device is unknown or unsupported. Please contact the manufacturer for possible updates.So I downloaded their newer driver which is 15.3 and still the driver version remains 14.3.  This is becoming quite annoying becouse it happens to disconnect right when I am downloading or writing an email.        Did someone from tech support found a solution for this? please! I would appreciate a lot. Thank you. p.s. I am running win8 pro.

Answer:About Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN

I suspect there are variants of the Intel 5300 card that will work in Lenovo systems, and other versions of the card that are designed for other systems (like HP, etc) and will not work in a Lenovo. It's possible that the 5300 card you have wasn't designed for Lenovo platforms, and as a result doesn't match up with the bios whitelist on your system. Did the system originally come with this card, or was the card installed sometime later? If installed later, was the card supposedly compatible with Lenovo systems (incl your model)? I picked up my new 5300 card from eBay sometime back... it was listed as compatible with my Lenovo T400 (incl a few other models), and once I installed it (and installed the driver, updated access connections, rebooted the system etc), it came right up at 450mbps when near the access-point. Finally, the 15.x (I'm assuming Lenovo) driver might not support this older 5300 card... my T400 is running a 14.x driver for Win7 64-bit which does support the 5300, but I noticed the 15.x driver for my system doesn't support the older 5300 (and states that in the release notes for this ver). That's all I can come up with for now... hope something here helps you out. And keep me posted... will check this thread from time to time. Mike

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Hi guys Several months ago I buy a network card Intel WiFi Link 5300 compatible with my thinkpad on ebay, since that day I began to have problems when I turn on my thinkpad ... (more info here: http://lnv.lithium.com/t5/T400-T500-and-newer-T-series/T500-reboot-on-startup/m-p/201907#M21611 )  Also I have trouble suspending, as it does not resume correctly and thought it would linux problem, but today I discovered that no, that is the problem of network card. I would like to know where to buy it but lenovo original. The problem is that I do not see on the website of lenovo.I'm from Argentina, but my brother travels to Miami tomorrow for 15 days... thanks

Answer:where to buy a intel wifi link 5300

ask your brother to call IBM parts and order it from them directly.
 
Phone number: 877-426-6006

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Hi everyon! Happy New Year. I received a new T400s at last week.OS is Windows 7 and my wireless LAN card is Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN. It doesen't works well.It happens to disconnect network 5 ~ 10 minutes interval. I have two another notebook.They have no problems. What is the problem?What do I do?  

Answer:About Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN

I'm having the same problem with my T500 (same wireless adapter, Intel 5300 AGN) since upgrading from Vista Business to Win 7 Professional.  I had no problems with wireless connectivity under Vista.  From what I can tell, this seems to be a problem with the 5300 adapter running under Win 7 on the T400/500 platforms.  I've tried everything, and I haven't been able to find a resolution on this forum up to this point.  I believe this is a problem Lenovo owes its customers a solution for.

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I have a W500 with Win 7 x64. I have the Intel wifi link 5300 AGN wireless card and the Intel drivers, 14.3.2.1In Device Manager, Advanced tab, it shows those settings for 802.11n properties. But at the bottom of the list, Wireless Mode, it only shows 802.11a/b/g. There is no N mode. Is this card capable of N speeds wirelessly? Thank you for your help.













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Answer:W500 Intel wifi Link 5300 AGN- No N?

yes it is capable of N.

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Ladies and Gentlemen,I have phoned several times with the Lenovo support, but unfortunately, no solution wasfound. I actually thought my question is really trivial: I would like to have an Intel Wifi Link 5300 card in my SL500 (2746 - KYG). Related to the hardware maintenance manual v1, under http://download.lenovo.com/ibmdl/pub/pc/pccbbs/mobiles_pdf/43y6762.pdf this card is compatible (Intel WiFi Link 5300 2746-CTO FRU 43Y6459).I am no longer sure thatthebusiness phone support has the necessary quality and couldsolve the problem. At the beginning theyrepeatedly pointed out that the Intel Wifi Link 5100 could afford my desired 300 Mbit/s, and it would be a misconfiguration on my side. Taking a look at Intel's website -the card only sends max. 150 Mbit/s.After the employee of the business support talkedmanytimes to atechnician, he answeredthat the Intel WiFi Link 5300 is generally compatible. There after, I asked whether the FRU No. 43Y6459 is mentioned in my bios, because otherwise the notebook is not functionable and acknowledged his service with error 1802... The supoort guywas very surprised, he had never heard about this error. Atthis point I saw no way to progress the conversation and I ended it friendly.I would be very happy if someonehasa solution to my littleproblem. I ordered a card with the FRU# 43Y6459 and installed it. Unfortunately, without success - error 1802, even though this card should be compatible according Hardware Maintenance Manual.Please IBM/Lenov... Read more

Answer:SL500 and Intel Wifi Link 5300

Hello mate, I see that the FRU 43Y6459 is compatible with the SL500 2746-CTO. The only way to explain this would be the CTO model don't have the same whitelist than the KYG.The only way to get rid of that is replacing your BIOS with a hacked one who doesn't have a whitelist. You'll void your warranty and it's at your own risk.





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Answer:Wifi Upgrade to Intel Wifi Link 5300

Hi and welcome to the forum!It will work but the card must be lenovo approved as far as I know, following will definitely work:- http://shop.ebay.com/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3907.m570.l1313&_nkw=t500+intel+5300&_sacat=See-All-Categor...Not so sure about the one you linked to though.Hope it helps.





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Answer:Intel WiFi Link 5300 agn card not able to turn on via Fn+F5

I think I might have figured it out.  There are two PCI Express Mini Card slots on the T400S (2801).  The shorter slot is for WiFi/WiMax cards and the longer slot is for WAN cards.  The longer 5300 cards on the market cannot be used in the longer slot.  Windows recognizes the cards but Access Connections (or maybe the BIOS) does not allow it to operate.  Can anyone verify this?

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Answer:Intel WiFi Link 5300 can't connect to the Internet

Can you be more specific as to the error you get? What operating system are you using? Not that this should matter, but have you tried updating your wireless drivers from Lenovo.com, or direct from Intel if necessary? Also don't forget something as silly as rebooting your access point & modem.

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Hi, Can the wlan-card in the T61P be upgraded with a WiFi Link 5300-card?





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Answer:T61p - Intel WiFi Link 5300-upgrade?

Not without modding the BIOS.

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hey guys,

I'm having problems with my "intel (R) wifi link 5300 on dell studio 1435(vista32), device unavailable. It happened when I was just surfing the internet, all of a sudden my wifi device was lost. I tried to uninstall it and reinstall it again, it wasnt found.

Tried to reformat my lappy, at first it was working, then again, it happened. I dont think the hardware isnt working because sometimes it connects but then after restarting, it looses it's connection. now it say's (This device cannot start. (Code 10)

Tried to also updated my driver, still the wifi doesnt work.

Please, please, please help..

Thanks

Answer:intel (R) wifi link 5300 on dell studio 1435

Hi.....
I also faced the same problem, if you get the solution. Please tell me yaar.
Pls Help........

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I'm pretty confused, and I'm hoping someone here can help me. Every time I restart/turn on the computer, the wireless adapter turns on for a couple of seconds then shuts back off.
Then I have to manually press the adapter button for it to turn back on. I reinstalled my Windows and that didnt fix it. The wireless works as it should after I turn it back on.

I checked the power settings, in the properties for the adapter, And i have set it to always be on.

Does anyone know why this might be happening and what I can do to fix it?
I have a "Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN"

Answer:How do i enable (Intel WiFi Link 5300 AGN) by default on my laptop?

Looks like a Windows update solved this...

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Hi Everyone, I've purchased 2 days ago an X301 and downgraded to WinXP SP3 from Win7 using the Rescue & Recovery Disc that came with the unit. Everything is working fine except the wireless adapter (Intel WiFi Link 5300agn). I cannot find it in the device manager and in Net Connections (Ctrl Panel). T/S done:The current setting of Wireless LAN in BIOS>Security>I/O Port Access is already enabled as well as the Wireless switch at the back but still not detected. I added the adapter manually in Add Hardware in the Ctrl Panel as Intel WiFi 5300 AGN (Device status: Code 10 This device cannot start). Then I downloaded and installed the latest driver (http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-70496.html) but still not working. I tried using Vista driver as well but still no glory. I tried also the latest driver for WinXP from Intel but still not working. Your help is highly appreciated.Thanks in advance.

Answer:ThinkPad X301 Intel WiFi Link 5300 Not Working In WinXP SP3

Hi and welcome to the forum!Download and install hotkey driver:- http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?lndocid=MIGR-74261, thereafter reboot your system, press Fn-F5 -> enable Wireless (make sure the status is "On"), Windows will then detect your wifi, subsequently download and install intel 5300 driver either from lenovo or intel.Hope this helps.





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I just purchased a new T500 notebook (Type 2242-34U) and am interested in setting up a home network.  I have broadband cable hooked up to my Dell PC (Time Warner/Roadrunner).  My T500 comes with Intel WiFi Link 5300 (AGN).  Any advice and/or recommendations with regards to the model/type of router is greatly appreciated.  Thanks a bunch. OO  

Answer:Home Network Router for T500 w/Intel WiFi Link 5300 (AGN)

oonouye wrote:  My T500 comes with Intel WiFi Link 5300 (AGN).  Any advice and/or recommendations with regards to the model/type of router is greatly appreciated.  Get a Cisco/Linksys WRT-610N. As Small Net Builder says..... But if you're looking for a reasonably-priced dual-band, dual-radio draft 11n router, the 610N continues the 600N's tradition of being the only viable game in town. - http://www.smallnetbuilder.com/content/view/30530/96/ I'm using a Linksys WRT-600N (the previous model) with 4965AGN and 5300AGN cards in various ThinkPads and have been very satisfied with the 802.11n performance. Cheers, Bill

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I upgraded my T500 to Windows 7 Professional from Vista Business.  Since upgrading, I have been unable to obtain satisfactory WiFi connectivity.  Symptoms are that I cannot stream from either the internet or my local server without experiencing periodic interruptions and/or total drops.  I've tried reinstalling the driver, replacing the WiFi card itself, and adjusting the parameters associated with the adapter card.  Nothing seems to help.  I also own a T61 laptop which I also upgraded from Vista Business to Windows 7 Professional, and I have had no problems with WiFi connectivity on that machine.  It also has an Intel Wifi adapter but a different model.  Both laptops connect to my LAN and the internet through the same D-Link wireless access router. I'm beginning to suspect that the Windows 7 driver for this particular WiFi adapter is flawed.  Has anyone in this forum had a similar experience? Thanks in advance for your comments/assistance.

Answer:Problem with T500 Intel Wifi Link 5300 adapter connectivity

(speaking french)try to use your laptop without 'energy star'. setup full speed processor to maximum.I thinks the problem turn around win7 and 'energy saving driver'regards

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OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU T5600 @ 1.83GHz, x86 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 2
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 2038 Mb
Graphics Card: Mobile Intel(R) 945GM Express Chipset Family, 224 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 152625 MB, Free - 137985 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0FT292
Antivirus: AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2012, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled
 

Answer:Transport Driver is not Bound

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can you explain

do a tcp/ip reset

then post an ipconfig /all here and an xirrus screen shot
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TCP/IP stack repair options for use with Windows XP with SP2/SP3

Start, Run, CMD to open a command prompt:

In the command prompt window that opens, type type the following commands:

Note: Type only the text in bold for the following commands.

Reset TCP/IP stack to installation defaults, type: netsh int ip reset reset.log
and press enter

Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults, type: netsh winsock reset catalog
and press enter

Reboot the machine.

Please note and post back - if you receive the message
Access is Denied

Post back the results here
rightclick in the box
select all
enter
control key + C key - to copy
then reply here and
control key + V to paste
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Run Xirrus Wi-Fi Inspector
Download and install
If you cannot access the internet with this PC, then you will need to copy the program across to the faulty PC
Save the file to a USB flash drive or other removable media. Plug it into the working computer with internet access and copy the file and paste here.
http://www.xirrus.com/Products/Wi-Fi-Inspector.aspx
Direct link to the program is here http://wpc.475a.edgecastcdn.net/00475A/Xi... Read more

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Hello everybody I am having a Very Annoying Problem with My Laptop Wireless LAN Intel Wireless LAN (11abgn, abg, BG), ?Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN? The Problem is, it work fine one time and next 10 times itis not working, when it stop working it appear like there is no Wireless card at all, nothing inDevice manager, not even with yellow ? mark ?  ,nothing there at all , if you asked me what I do to make it work again , I willsay ?NOTHING? I only Keep restarting my Laptop forever till it work again by itself,  here is some information about my system  hop it will help : Notebook: Lenovo ThinkPad X200S, see this:  Also I am installing the latest Driver from Lenovo see the Pic:  As I already said, Sometime Everything Work fine, and nextday it?s not working, I need to spend 1 hour restarting my Laptop, and it?s happingevery day Please help me, pleaseThank you in Advance 

Answer:Lenovo ThinkPad X200S "Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN” Not Working well .

hey Alphapoint,try this, uninstall the Wifi LAN drivers. let Windows install its generic drivers.test your connection with the generic drivers. See if that works, then install the drivers from our support site but before you install it, go to MSCONFIG and set your unit to Diagnostic mode first before installing.





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Lenovo ThinkPad X200S "Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN? Not Working well . 10-09-2011 09:21 PM Hello everybody I am having a Very Annoying Problem with My Laptop Wireless LAN Intel Wireless LAN (11abgn, abg, BG), ?Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN? The Problem is, it work fine one time and next 10 times itis not working, when it stop working it appear like there is no Wireless card at all, nothing inDevice manager, not even with yellow ? mark ?  ,nothing there at all , if you asked me what I do to make it work again , I willsay ?NOTHING? I only Keep restarting my Laptop forever till it work again by itself,  here is some information about my system  hop it will help : Notebook: Lenovo ThinkPad X200S, see this:  Also I am installing the latest Driver from Lenovo see the Pic:  As I already said, Sometime Everything Work fine, and nextday it?s not working, I need to spend 1 hour restarting my Laptop, and it?s happingevery day Please help me, pleaseThank you in Advance

Answer:Lenovo ThinkPad X200S "Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN” Not Working well .

hello ,this is the second time i post this , and no one want to replay me .... i hope that some one will help this time  

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eGreetings All,

I have a 4 year old Acer Netbook Aspire One D250-1341. Running Windows 7 Starter. It is out of warranty.
About 3 months ago it started dropping the wireless internet connection. It has a Broadcom 802.11g network adapter onboard. (No exclamation mark in the Device Manager). It still connects at close range to my router.

I tried some general adjustments by searching the web - but nothing helped.

So I thought I would try adding an Intel Wifi Link 5300 AGN card. There is a slot on the bottom of the netbook where it fits. You just take the cover off and slide it in.
Windows found the card and installed the drivers. It shows up in Device Manager with no exclamation. I manually disabled the Broadcom adapter.
But the Intel 5300 won't find my network.
I went to the Intel web site and ran the Driver Update Utility it searched and found the 5300 and installed the current drivers.
Still no luck connecting.

Maybe this setup won't work at all and I should send the Intel 5300 card back to Amazon for a refund?
I am at a loss.
I have tried searching the web and I can't find anyone that has added a a wireless card to the open slot on the bottom of an Acer D250.

Any ideas? I was hoping to get a stronger and more stable wireless connection.

Thank you so much for your time and assistance.
Happy Holidays!
Jeri
 

Answer:Solved: Acer Netbook Intel Wifi Link 5300 AGN adapter install

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Hi,I have T61p (XP 32bit) with wifi Intel Wireless Wifi Link 4965 AGN. Recently I tried to upgrade driver to version 13.xxxx but after installing the driver the wifi card doesn't work. To make it work I had to revert the driver to version lower then 13. Has anyone experienced this problem?Thanks





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Answer:T61p Intel Wireless Wifi Link 4965 AGN driver upgrade

did you download the Lenovo driver, or did you down load the driver from Intel? Lenovo writes alot of their own drivers for things like wifi cards, its possible that by downloading Intel's driver, it isn't compatable with thinkpads.





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Hello, does anyone know if it is possible to upgrade your wifi Lenovo R500 from Intel WiFi Link 5100 to Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260. Reference to buy:  http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/wireless-products/dual-band-wireless-ac-7260-bluetooth.html Reference that is in inside the laptop/:- The Long one.http://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/wireless-products/wifi-link-5100-brief.html













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Answer:Lenovo R500 wifi upgrade from Intel WiFi Link 5100 to Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 7260

Welcome to the forum!
 
You'll need a modded BIOS in order to use that card in R500. Stock BIOS will not allow the machine to boot with it.
 

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I bought this laptop for my father to use and like many, he didn't care for Windows 8. So, I did a clean install of Windows 7 Professional.  I have been unable to find a driver that will work for the Network Controller (Intel wifi link 5300 agn).  The drivers you can download on the Lenovo site do not work (click here). Please, can anyone assist with this?  This computer is useless to him unless we can get the wireless working. The LAN isn't working either. Thanks so much for any input you can provide.













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Answer:deaPad N580 Windows 7 Network Controller driver (Intel WiFi 5300 AGN)

Dear manujgarg,
 
Welcome in lenovo community,
 
Could you please send your laptop serial number in a Private Message, to check the laptop specifications.
 
 
Regards,
Joseph

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ThinkPad Intel WiFi 5300 Wireless Connection Drop Problem and Solution!!!I have read about Intel WiFi Link 5300 wireless connection drop problems on many different forums, including ThinkPads and many on other computer systems.  In the end, I was able to solve this problem using a simple approach documented below in the SOLUTION DESCRIPTION section. ************PROBLEM DESCRIPTION:- Wireless connectivity works but drops connection after a few minutes, sometimes as quickly as just a few minutes, other times taking as long as 30+ minutes. - The ability to replicate the problem is consistent, in that it always stops working in a relatively short period of time.  However, it is impossible to predict how long before the connection drops, although it usually happens in less than 30 minutes, sometimes even quicker. I received a W700 2 weeks ago, loaded with Windows XP Professional and the Intel WiFi Link 5300, etc. This connection drop problem happened to me while running Win XP SP2 as well as SP3. Note: I've heard that SP3 vs. SP2 matters and I've read some forum entries that indicate rolling back to SP2 fixes the problem.  However, I've seen other evidence/posts that indicate it doesn't make a difference.  Regardless, I am running Win XP Professional SP3.I tried updating to the latest Intel 5300 driver (12.1.2.1) alone and the problem did not go away.  I also tried updating multiple drivers via the Lenovo site.  The ... Read more

Answer:ThinkPad Intel WiFi 5300 Wireless Connection Drop Problem and Solution!!!

Thank you wrhahn.. this was incredibly helpful as I am suffering from the same problem right now.  I just got my T500 in the mail about a week ago and have absolutely loved it .. minus intel WiFi link 5300 dropping my connection so much.. it just started today. I am not exactly a computer buff though .. do you have links on where i can get the drivers for vista and how do i install them?  I know if might sound like a stupid question but hopefully you can help me out.. this think is killing me.. i enable the WiFi radio.. i am then able to connect .. then it just turns off all the sudden, and before i can connect again i have to enable it again.  i changed all the settings you listed below, but i havent installed any drivers yet.. if you could help me out with that a little i would greatly grrrrreatly appreciate it!

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Hi All,I'm hoping this forum can be more helpful than the support line... The pre-installed wifi driver on my x200s was giving me problems from the time it arrived.  After a day of wifi usage, Windows would slow to a crawl.  After some digging, I verified that the wifi driver was causing DPC latency issues. I upgraded the wifi driver to the Lenovo v13 module and all ability to use the wifi card stopped.  I tried using the ThinkVantage tools to upgrade, I tried complete uninstall, re-installs using the downloaded driver from the Lenovo site.  Nothing worked.  I can see the device in device manager without error, however, fn+f5 doesn't show any wireless cards but the network center CAN see the wireless device and shows full green bars. I could not downgrade my driver since I couldn't find it on the Lenovo site. I did install the Intel generic driver for the 5300 and that was able to have me connected, but once again, I was left with one day of usage then a reboot.  Failing to reboot eventually leads to a BSOD. I've called Lenovo support and the fellow there says, "The only reason their driver wouldn't work is if the hardware was broken."  Which I find a little hard to stomach since it does 'work' using a different driver.  He's asked me to reinstall my whole OS which seems unreasonable.  He then asked me to ship my laptop to them to replace the card... again, seems like a "last effort" scenario.  We comp... Read more

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The problem I am having is with one of my laptops, its a Toshiba and it is not picking up internet/wifi drivers. I have tried to go on the toshiba website and download the drivers and still did not solve my problem. I read a few post on people who had the same problem as me, however those post are no longer active.. So I am hoping someone will be able to coach me on what to do. After running internet Wifi Diagnosis, on the computer it says Transport Driver Not Bound. Please help me out, Ill post pictures of whatever information that is needed. Thanks!
 

Answer:"Transport Driver Not Bound"

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Please help  Symptoms:Cannot establish connection to wireless network (either association fails or unable to obtain IP configuration)Periodically unable to detect broadcast signal from wireless access pointWireless radio deactivates itself off from time to time  Steps taken to diagnose/resolve problem:Other PCs successfully connect to Internet via same wireless network, signal strength/stability optimalNo physical barriers or signal interference between problem PC and wireless access pointSSID and network encryption settings entered correctly in router setupSSID and network encryption settings entered correctly in wireless connection management utilitiesProblem PC can connect to Internet via wired connection to cable modemProblem PC can connect to Internet via wired connection to access pointHardware wireless radio switch toggled to 'On' positionWireless radio powered on through ThinkVantage Access Connections utility (until self-deactivation)No errors, conflicts or malfunctions indicated for wireless network adapter under Device ManagerLatest driver software for wireless network adapter installed (vers 11.1.0.89)TCP/IP Protocol installed for device and set to automatically obtain IP and DNS server addressesAll wireless network adapter properties set to default valuesOption to automatically switch off wireless network adapter is de-selected Problem persists regardless of whether using ThinkVantage Access Connections utility or Windows XP to manage wir... Read more

Answer:Malfunctioning wireless network adapter (Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AG)

I have similar experience too, but malfunction only happens when I am trying to connect to my school network which is WPA2-enterprise or WPA-enterprise. My wireless seems to work fine at home with WPA-personal. All other laptops work fine (so it is my laptop). The signal is fine because it register 100% strength. Basically, mine works for a few minutes, then it starts malfunctioning (school network only). During malfunction, it cannot detect any wireless network (even those that aren't WPA-enterprise). When it can detect wireless network again, it may or may not be able to reconnect to the school network.

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Hi Folks,This is my first post and I hope someone can help me.I recently bought a T61 with the Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN card running on XP.The problem I am having is that I can not stay connected to my wireless network.When I turn on the laptop automatic connection is spotty at best. Once I do get connected, as soon as I open a browser (Firefox or IE) the connection drops and my router freezes. I know the problem is not with the router because it works smoothly with my business Dell Latitude D620 or a very old Thinkpad A31p.I've tried everything I can to rectify the problem (drivers, settings etc.). It's not easy downloading drivers to a flash drive on my wife's desktop and copying it to my laptop. From my research on the internet, it seems a lot of people are having the same issue. Thanks in advance.

Answer:Wireless Connection Problems with a Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN

HiI have the exact same problem.  I have read about many others with the same issue.   I wish I had an answer for you.  There are a couple of things going on.  The Lenovo power management wants to turn the wireless off at a whim.   Authentication seems to fail for me with WEP turned on (works with other laptops using the same WRT54G).   I am running a T61 with Windoze XP.  Our work Wireless AP (WAP) has WEP enabled.   Wireless will work on the T61 at home with no WEP but not at work.    I am thinking about installing linux (running network manager) on the T61 becuase I know it will probably work.  I think the troubles are with the Lenovo wireless configuration utility. I am surprised that Lenovo has not fixed such a big problem.   It doesn't reflect a quality product.

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Hello, i have a Thinkpad W500 4062-2XG with Intel Wifi link 5300 and windows 7 32Bit3 day ago, wireless is ok2 day ago, i cannot enable the wireless radio...i try to reinstall drivers from intel, from lenovo... it dosent work... here is a link the a screen capture with driver version etc... Image: Thinkpad_W500_4062-2XG.jpg Thank you

Answer:Intel Wiki Link 5300 Windows 7

http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?lndocid=MIGR-70443 Bios update, then perhaps see if there is an update to the Hotkey Utility... I think the hotkey util is the correct one for your FN +F5 pop up program.  If all else fails, install a little bit older version of the driver. -J





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My WiFi card was turned off by software to save on battery power. It should have been turned back on then the laptop was reconnect to AC power. But was not restored. I can find no way to the the unit on because everything I find says that it need to be done vias MS software.

Any help would be great.

Gary M

Answer:Intel wireless wifi link 4965agn

The above post should have read "...card was turned off..."

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Hello All I have 3000 N200 model number 0769BWG. And am very happy with the machine, and I want up grade the its WIRELESS Adapter to Intel's 5300 which dual band2.4GHz and 5.0GHz 4 mode a/b/g/n. It is all round better connectivity and HD application etc. Can the members help out here PLEASE as I am not sure? Compatibility IssuesDrivers etc. Currently my wireless adapter has 2 wires many thanks Mahmud 

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I have been trying to sort a number of wifi connection problems on my new T400s. I downloaded the latest drivers at Lenovo Support. Still have problems. Checked the Intel support site - their latest drivers are newer and several versions later than those on Lenovo's site. It looks like they address a number of my problems. But Intel advises strongly against using their generic drivers instead of the version from the laptop manufacturer because the OEM version will have been "customised". Can anyone tell me if there new "customised" drivers for the 5300 on their way from Lenovo? Or can anyone tell me if I can safely download and install the latest Intel driver?  

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Can the U110's wireless card be upgraded to use Intel's WiFi Link 5300? 

Answer:Upgrade U110 with WiFi Link 5300

I'm sure the WiFi Link 4965agn should work, bu I'm curious as to whether the 5300  mini-pcie card would be recognized by the U110 since it would make more use of my wireless router.

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I know the problem is not with my router because my other non-Lenovo computers with Wireless N cards are getting signals much above 54.0MBPS. Is there something I have to enable or do you guys have any ideas? I have all the latest drivers installed.

Answer:Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN not getting above 54.0MBPS

Your router must be 802.11n Draft 2 compliant  and  have dual band support (2.4GHz and 5GHz) to achive 802.11n speed with a fully Draft 2 compliant WiFi card like the Intel 4965AGN. Cheers, Bill 

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I am trying to connect to a secured wireless network that uses wpa, AES, mschap2 and authenticates based on the Windows logon.  I don't have the option for this combination in Access Connections.  I uninstalled AC and tried using windows and I get an error message "An unexpected error has occurred" when I select AES and click next.  I've installed the latest drivers both from Lenovo and Intel and nothing helps.  I have no problems with other machines, just this X300.  Any help would be appreciated.  This is my personal machine and I NEED wireless connectivity.

Answer:cannot connect to wireless with Intel wifi link 4965agn

Did you try re-installing the 4965agn software?

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Greetings,
After installing Win7 Prof x64 everything with WiFi was working correctly. Yesterday I wanted to try Vista x64 driver with Connection Utility. In the device manager it shows that device is working corectly but in fact it is not working at all. Uninstalling connection utility didn't help and windows cannot find any driver at the HDD or in windows update.

Any idea what could be done to fix it?

//BT

Answer:Problem with Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN

Uninstall it totally, restart, and let Windows reinstall it.

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I am new here. I'm not even sure if this question is in the correct forum (I hope so). I have a Toshiba Satellite A305 laptop that I purchased a few months ago. In the last month, the wireless connection has been dropping like mad ! And more recently, when it drops, it says it can't find any wireless networks. I then have to perform a hard shut off (by holding the power button till it powers down) and wait a few minutes to turn it back on. I have uninstalled the wireless adapter and then reinstalled it and that didn't work either. Also, all the drivers are up to date. I am very frustrated at this point and don't know what to do. Any help that anyone can offer would be greatly appreciated !!

Thanks !!
 

Answer:Intel Wireless WiFi Link 5100 problem

It is always a VERY good idea to check the microfilters (if using ADSL) which are fitted into your phone sockets and make certain that you have microfilters in any socket in the house. Microfilters are very cheap to get hold of and its worth having a few spare.
 

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Hi,

Can someone link to Windows 7 drivers for this card Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN. I have serched everywhere and I am only able to install vista ones but I want to install Windows 7 drivers instead of vista.

Thanks

Answer:Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN Drivers

Try this site http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Sear...i+Link+4965AGN download the vista 64 bit drivers to your desktop the right click> properties> check the run in compatibility mode> in the drop down menu choose Vista. install as administrator. Hope this will help.

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Two day ago I used ThinkVantage SYstem Update and installed Intel Wifi link driver (ver 13.01.1000). But since then my computer was randomly cut off internet connection, and the wireless signal strength icon on the system tray indicated no nearby wireless network. And then it powered off the wireless connection. Whatever I do, I cannot re-power on the wireless (I used Access Connection to power on the 802.11 wireless radio, but it could not be turned on and nothing happened) unless I restart the computer. I thought it might be the router that malfunctioned as this problem never happened before. But after I checked the router and used another notebook to test wireless connection, I was sure the router ran very well.Then I re-installed the TVT Access Connection (ver 5.61) and the Intel WIFI Link Driver (ver 13.01.1000) but the problem remained. Could anybody give a possible solution?  I also noticed on Lenovo's website, the Intel wireless card driver for T61 is v13.00.0000 Windows Vista 23 Oct 2009. It's lower than what I have now. Could that be the cause? My ThinkPad T61 has the following configuration:Model: T61 8897CTOOS: WinVista Home Basic SP2 32bitLanguage: ENWireless Card: Intel 3945 ABGWireless Card Driver: 13.1.1.1 (previous one was 13.0.0.0)TVT Access Connection: 5.61













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Answer:New Intel WIFI Link Driver Randomly cut off Internet Connection

Hi carlven,Anytime when wireless driver is updated, Access Connections also needs to be reistalled.Do this, first uninstall your wireless driver and access connections, thereafter reboot your system. Then install wireless driver first, again reboot, subsequently install access connections, reboot again.When installing any lenovo driver manually, keep in mind they first extract themselves to a default location in C:\Drivers..., second .exe setup must be run from that location to successfully install the drivers.Hope it helps.





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According to the Intel website my Link 5300 connection speed will be restricted to 54Mbps over any 801.11n connection. It says I wont get maximum connection speed unless I change over to AES security protocols instead of WPA or variants. There were no setup instructions about using AES when I was setting up my new T400s. I cant find any information about this on my T400s or online at Lenovo. This is not one of my areas of expertise so I would appreciate some help to ensure I've set up my Link 5300 correctly to get maximum connection speeds.

Answer:WiFi Link 5300 - Security Restricted Speed

AES is a security encryption algorithm. WPA is just a standard.You cannot configure your wireless adapter card to use a specific standard / encryption algorithm if your router / access point you are trying to connect does not support it. Usually Windows automatically chooses the correct standards that your router supports and will use that.In order to use the AES algorithm, you will need to go in your router and have your security standard set to WPA or WPA2. If your router supports WPA2, it is highly recommended that you select this since it is more secure than its predecessor. Once you do this, your router should prompt you in what algorithm to use, TKIP, AES, or TKIP+AES. If all your wireless clients support this, you can select WPA2 / AES.This should match what you are trying to do.Good luck!

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Using a T500 with its Intel wireless card Wifi Link 5300, XP Pro SP3, and Netgear router N900 (WNDR4500). Configured router to use WPA2-AES. Intranet transfers to my Netgear ReadyNAS (Duo v2) are slow. Using a lan wired connection the transfer rate is about 38Mbps and the wireless rate is 15Mbps on either 2.4Ghz or 5Ghz. (transfer test used Totu Softs Lan Speed Test) Interesting the Windows tray icon for wireless connections show "Speed: 54Mbps" for both. Should the 54Mpbs be showing at a higher rate?Should the transfer rates be higher? Any guidance will be much appreciated.

Answer:Wifi Link 5300 only shows 54Mbps on 5Ghz

To connect the 802.11n wireless LAN AP with full line rate performance:
Configure your system to Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption using Access Connections (or other wireless utilities). AES is supported by all secure authentication schemes such as WPA/WPA2.
Make sure your 802.11n AP is configured to AES encryption for 11n mode. Check with your 802.11n AP manufacturer for specific instructions on how to configure AES-based security.
 
 
Best Regards,
Tanuj

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I have an hp pavilion dv6 1355dx win 7 64bit intel core 2 duo. The wifi was working fine with my remembered connections and connected automatically within range. Then it started saying limited connection and would not let me browse the internet. After trouble shooting it said "There might be a problem with the driver for the Wireless Network Connection adapter" So I uninstalled reinstalled Intel(R) WiFi Link 1000 BGN it was listed under network adapter so I'm assuming that means it is the adapter but I was told it is the driver. Still confused on that. A friend suggested that I delete my remembered connections now it just says no connections available.

Under network adapter properties even tried changing the channel width for band 2.4 thats Value was set 20 MHz only to Auto, as I was instructed by my college IT guy. I've searched for the drivers installed the one on the hp support site. According to my model i have Atheros Wireless LAN Adapter, in the devices supported list nothing that I thought was the adapter or driver was listed. Downloaded the file they said contains the driver for that adapter...didn't seem to do anything other than install. Tried rebooting still nothing. Anyone have any ideas or is it just a lost cause?

Thanks

Allison

Answer:Intel(R) WiFi Link 1000 BGN wireless internet won't work

You could try backing up your data and re-loading your system from your backup software or from a restore point from before the start of your problem? That way the network adaptor will have a working driver installed.

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Type: 7764-CTO S/N: L3-xxxxx OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit Driver version: 13.1.1.1 In a nutshell, my WiFi has stopped working overnight; that is, it had been working flawlessly for more than a year, and one day when I woke up it decided to quit. Here's what happens when I turn the radio on now: it will scan for APs as usual, but only report a fraction of the list as it used to - it may not report even the preferred APs, which it had no problems connecting to before - and never make a connection. On some rare occasions, it might be successful at making a connection, but the connection would be reported as limited (i.e. no Internet access) and it would not stay connected for more than a few seconds. 90% of the time the 802.11 radio would try connecting, fail, and power off. Here's what I have tried: I have tried updating to the latest driver, as well as reverting back to the Windows 7 bundled driver. I have tried making connections to several working networks (e.g. friend's home, office, cafes, etc) to rule out my router being the source of the problem. I have also tried running the Ubuntu LiveCD to see if it would work under a different OS. Obviously, nothing has worked. For those who are curious, ethernet connection is working fine. I'm leaning toward it being a hardware failure. Does anyone have other thoughts and perhaps even a solution?
 
 
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I have a Gateway FX series 17" laptop and yesterday when I got home from university and took the computer out of my bag to start working, the wireless card just didnt exist, no networks were recognized and when i tried to troubleshoot it told me that no device was connected. Wired internet works just fine. And the wireless card appears in the device manager.

methods i have tried to no avail:
-turning the wireless switch on and off
-uninstalling the device and rebooting
-updating drivers
-manually downloading driver from Intel's website
-insulting the device's mother

I'm suspecting this might be a hardware issue but if anyone has some advice that would be great. For the time being I am just using a wired connection but I'm going to need the wireless when I'm. back in class

,Thanks guys

Answer:Intel Wifi Link 5100 AGN wireless adapter not recognized

Please run an ipconfig /all , snip and upload the output so we can check. ALso please upload the event viewer logs

Start>cmd>right click and run as admin>ipconfig /all
Please provide us with your Event Viewer administrative logs by following these steps:
{Instructions courtesy of writhziden}

Click Start Menu
Type eventvwr into Search programs and files (do not hit enter)
Right click eventvwr.exe and click Run as administrator
Expand Custom Views
Click Administrative Events
Right click Administrative Events
Save all Events in Custom View As...
Save them in a folder where you will remember which folder and save as Errors.evtx
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Greetings all! I have a Lenovo X61s that I purchased, and I have decided to upgrade the wireless card in it so that I can use the 802.11n that I have at home. When I installed the new adapter in the Mini-PCIe slot and restarted the device I got an error message saying the the card was not supported and had to be removed.  Per the X61 matrix (http://shop.lenovo.com/ISS_Static/merchandising/US/PDFs/X61_X61s_USEN_02.pdf) the 4965AGN is supported.  Has anyone else seen this? Regards,TC Labby













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Answer:X61s will not accept Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN

The BIOS has a whitelist of supported wireless cards. You need a Lenovo branded 4965agn card or else the BIOS will not allow you to boot the computer until you remove the card. The Intel 4965agn wireless card you are looking for is the FRU 42T0865.





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Hi,When I purchase T61 and start working on WiFi it was quiet good, real transfers big files around 6MB/s. So it was nice even with WEP2 encryption.Then I update my system through TV and my problem starts. Transfer beneath 1MB/s. So I start messing with drivers and its help for a while.Now I am back to slow connection and I've try every thing I can think about(reinstall sys VISTA  included) On new system I install new drivers from Lenovo and it is not working. It looks like the WiFi link freeze for a while and the starts again an so on like that. I have all parameters on high or aggressive or max performance, it do not help much. Any one some idea? Ah! I should add. I do not use Access ControlMessage Edited by gonzo111 on 03-17-2009 07:07 AM

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I have problems getting online using my T00 after installing windows 7. The rest of the computers in my network will be affected if my T400 is online. I saw the version for my intel wifi link 5100 to be of version 12+ but i understand that the latest driver is version 13. I downloaded the latest firmware from the internet and intel website but after updating/reinstalling, the driver is still version 12+. I really need to update the driver as I need to access my wireless network desperately and my T400 cannot allow me to do that. Any ideas?

Answer:intel wifi link 5100 agn + limited wireless connection

fierC wrote:
 
I saw the version for my intel wifi link 5100 to be of version 12+ but i understand that the latest driver is version 13.

Version 13 has been on the Lenovo support site for a couple of months now.....
 
http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?lndocid=MIGR-73611
 
Cheers,
 
Bill

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This has been a problem since day one of purchase and I am about to toss this computer in the trash!  Lost many days of production and probably some vital business because of this.  I have performed yet another complete rescue and recovery clean install and performed all windows vista updates as well as lenovo updates.  Every time the computer is moved just a little bit the wireless drops.  If you unplug the power cord the wireless drops.  Even changing power settings under device manager it still drops. I have tried to find the information to reseat the adapter but have come up empty.  With the thousands of posts and blogs all over the internet I would think Lenovo would have fixed this problem.  I am in the process of buying another laptop because this one is very unreliable and I have lost valuable time, business and potential customers because of the down time. I wondered if anyone has swapped wireless adapters with any luck?  If anyone has the schematic to remove/replace/reseat the adapter or a link for that information I would be grateful!  You purchase top end for business with anticipation of few problems.  My old IBM 386 & 486 are still working with no problems!  HELP BEFORE THE SLEDGE HAMMER FALLS! Thanksgrgsr

Answer:Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AG PROBLEMS FOR 2 YEARS NOW!

Sorry you seem to have been having problems, but it would certainly be helpful if you could post which T series and Operating System you have, even better post the Type and Model Number this will help members to help you. Please do NOT post your s/n.
 
How to remove the WLAN card can be found in the Hardware Maintainance Manual for your system.

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I purchased a T400 (which I LOVE so far) but like a fool, didn't opt for the 5300 3x3 WiFi for $15 more... after some post purchase research, I'd much rather have the extra antennae's for picking up those barely in wifi signals around my house.   Does anyone know if the 5300 card can simply be plugged in to replace the 5100?  It all comes down to whether the 3 antennae's are installed on ALL models, with the connectors ununsed when a laptop comes with the 5100.  Anyone know the answer to this? Regards,-Owen

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I'm looking to upgrade my Y730 to a Intel 5300 but keep reading that the 5300 wont work on Lenovos because of  a BIOS problem. Some places I look they say that their specific version with only work with lenovos and then other places say they wont work with lenovos or HPs. Every place I look has the exact same model number. Im so confused. Can anyone provide any help? Thanks so much in advance!!!! Here is a link to the one that I am looking at on ebay. LinkThe description says it will work with IBM laptops that have GM45 but they only list Thinkpads as compatable model number no idepads at all. What do ya'll think?Message Edited by alohadustin on 02-20-2009 10:10 PM

Answer:Upgrading Y730 to Intel 5300 Wifi

In a Lenovo/IBM laptop, the BIOS has a predefined list of hardware IDs of the WLAN cards it will accept. If the card you put in is not on the list, the BIOS will throw up a flag by stating that an unsupported network card was inserted. It will tell you to remove it and then reboot the computer. The hardware ID on a Lenovo/IBM branded card is different from that of a generic one. Thus, a generic one will not work. Older ThinkPads had a work-around that enabled any card to work but the method used doesn't apply to IdeaPads. Lenovo states that this is to ensure that the hardware complies with FCC standards [or equivalent for different countries]. Reference However, I do believe that any device that transmits radio waves for communication has to be certified by the FCC anyways. So the idea kind of bounces back and hits them in the face. Doesn't it?Message Edited by ortegaluis on 02-20-2009 08:30 PM





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I have an Acer 11.6" Aspire One AO751H netbook. I want to upgrade the wireless-G to N. This model takes the half size mini pci-e cards. I just recently purchased the Intel Ultimate N WiFi Link 5300 card. Installed it yesterday, booted the computer, and so far so good. It recognized the card right away and the driver installation was successful. The wifi activity light works, the card is recognized, but it is unable to detect any networks. It just flashes that little balloon at the bottom saying "wireless networks unavailable". Try to refresh the network list, and i still get nothing. I tried turning the card off, then on again, but nothing. I checked on the driver in Device Manager, and it says it is functioning properly.

I have the most up-to-date BIOS and I am running 32-bit XP Pro (downgraded from the factory installed VISTA). I was wondering if maybe there was an issue with the antennas? The 5300 card has 3 antenna inputs, but the laptop only has two antennas. I was told on numerous forums that it would still function fine with only two antennas, however. I obtained the most up-to-date driver for the card right from intel's website and it installed without any issues at all. Does anyone have any input on to why this card seems to have installed fine, but cannot detect wireless networks? Should I try an older driver? I know many people have upgraded the wifi in this Aspire Ones, so I can't see it simply being incompatible.
 

Answer:CANNOT get Intel 5300 mini PCI-E WIFI to work

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We're in hospital, she's I'll, I am 24/7 carer.

My Vostro 1720 connects promptly at home, WiFi or LAN.

Hospital has public use WiFi provided on each floor. Transmitter has TP-Link on the cover and twin aerials.

The Vostro can see transmitters for 4 floors, the signals come & go and, regularly disappear.

2 iPads & an iPhone stay connected unless, the signal disappears, in the same room. Signals are described as excellent or good.

The Vostro when I bring it in, after using at home,connects automatically. Twice has reached the stage when all 3 links I can see with a decent signal, can't connect, sometimes get asked for the password, run trouble shooter multiple times with no success. First time internet connection worked for 2 days, 2nd time for an hour, then couldn't log on to any link.

I'm puzzled why the Vostro doesn't hold the connection and the IOS devices do.

Public holiday over in a couple of days and I plan to catch the lady chief of the hospital and the IT manager.

I would be most grateful for queries, comments or, references to help in these encounters.

Thank you and regards

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I have a "Intel Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN" card installed in my new T61p. Can this card be used in 802.11n mode? The reason I'm asking is because although it seems to have some "advanced" options for "N", it only operates in 802.11g mode at best. My card doesn't connect when I set my wireless router to transmit in 802.11n mode only. Please advise. Thanks. Gary Grathen

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Intel(R) Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN

Thats my WAN hardware and its supposed to max out at 300mbs i understand if it runs at 200, it used to run at a constant 244, but now (i dont know why but its been bugging me for months) its running at 54

please help but dont tell me to reinstall drivers or anything like that cuz i'll just get "p/o"'d for lack of a better term

thanks!
 

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Ok i have a Intel(R) Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN in my Toshiba X205 laptop

We have a wireless N router set to pump out 300 megs/sec wireless, yet i'm only gettin a wireless G connection at 54 megs/sec

wats up with this????
thnx for the help in advance!!!
 

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I have a network card , the one mentioned in title on my laptop , and
Vista system, I have no idea why,but this card loses randomly (sometimes for short sometimes for quite long time) a connection with a router as well as main net, I've tried to deal with a problem by changing the configuration but it didn't work
Can somebody help me? or maybe is it possible to change a card for another one?

Answer:Intel(R) Wireless WiFi Link 5100 network card problem

i had the same problem lg laptop , i googled for weeks & came across many possible remedies but never got lucky until i decided to recover the system using dvd recovery. when done and launched windows i spent 3 hours online without a single disconnect, but after updating the wireless driver the random disconnecting came back , this time i didn't recover the whole system , i roll back driver and its working so good so far.

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Hey guys firstly thanks for taking the time to read my thread.

Recently completed a custom install of Windows 7 64bit version. Have installed all the Windows updates and drivers from HP.

My wireless adapter will connect to my network with static ip address set manually but the 'automatically detect settings' option will not work and I receive the message "Unidentified Network" in the task bar.

Any help will be appreciated.

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**SOLUTION**

1. Reset router and apply settings again. (**Remember to write down any user names and passwords used for your ISP**)

2. Use WPA2-PSK security rather than WPA

3. Connect to network using network password

Answer:Intel Wifi Link 5100 Wireless issue with Win7 install

When I turn on the auto settings I see it comes up with some wacky ip address that isn't even in the range of my network

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We're in hospital, she's I'll, I am 24/7 carer.

My Vostro 1720 connects promptly at home, WiFi or LAN.

Hospital has public use WiFi provided on each floor. Transmitter has TP-Link on the cover and twin aerials.

The Vostro can see transmitters for 4 floors, the signals come & go and, regularly disappear.

2 iPads & an iPhone stay connected unless, the signal disappears, in the same room. Signals are described as excellent or good.

The Vostro when I bring it in, after using at home,connects automatically. Twice has reached the stage when all 3 links I can see with a decent signal, can't connect, sometimes get asked for the password, run trouble shooter multiple times with no success. First time internet connection worked for 2 days, 2nd time for an hour, then couldn't log on to any link.

I'm puzzled why the Vostro doesn't hold the connection and the IOS devices do.

Public holiday over in a couple of days and I plan to catch the lady chief of the hospital and the IT manager.

I would be most grateful for queries, comments or, references to help in these encounters.

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Additional setup info:Dual HDDs (Win7 Pro & XP Pro)
XP Pro ? LAN & WiFi work fine (orig. configuration from Dell)
Win7 ? neither LAN nor WiFi work (Win7 added after purchase)
I was working on setting up an outdoor WiFi antenna a couple of days ago when my problems started. I was working in Win7, which I had not been using that often. My LAN connection was not working, and I realized the driver had not been installed. I downloaded it from Dell?s website and installed it. I received an error message about SNMP service not being installed. I turned the service from disabled to auto. I do not know if my LAN adapter is now working. That is my first problem. My second problem happened when even though my WiFi card had been working fine, I decided to see if its driver had been updated. It was not. I believe a Microsoft driver was installed. It was working just fine though (smile), so I had to mess with it. I downloaded the driver from Del??s website and installed it. That is when my problems started. The WiFi card has not worked since. First I realized I installed the wrong driver. I uninstalled it and installed the correct one. I even restored the system to before I messed with any drivers. No luck. My WiFi card still does not work. The iNtel utility states it fails the hardware test and passes the driver test. Windows 7 states it cannot find any wireless networks (if I switch to XP Pro everything works). I am at a loss and very frustrated. Can anyone help me please?

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Answer:Intel 5100agn WiFi Card hardware failure, driver ok

I have been searching all week for a solution. I found so many people with the no wireless networks problem when they switched to Windows 7 (just like my experience). Well, my solution was to repair my Kaspersky anti-virus installation. [I cannot remember the site I found the information on to give the person credit. I am immensely grateful though.]

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I just recently purchased a T500 as a replacement for my existing T60p.  The new one came with an Intel 5300 AGN card and Vista Business 64.  I've been slogging through the process of downloading and installing all the ancillary stuff (printer drivers, etc) and found out last night that what I thought was a network problem in performance is really a T500 wifi problem. Downloading stuff from intel over WiFi - 4.1kbsDownloading stuff from intel over Ethernet - 500+kbs. I thought perhaps this was an issue with my wifi, but on my T60 -  downloading stuff from intel over WiFi - 600+kbs. So its not the wifi. So its something with the T500 and possibly the 5300 card.  I note that this version shipped with some fairly strange WiFi configuration - Intel WiFi STA as the offered wifi interface with the 5300 well hidden.  I'm tempted to try and uninstall the WiFi STA and see if that improves things. I've also tried updating the WiFi to the newest intel drivers without luck (drivers updated, but didn't improve performance).  I've played with power settings and various other twiddles - also without luck. Anyone have any ideas? I may see if I have an old AR wifi card and replace the 5300 with it... Mike 

Answer:T500 WiFi Performance Issues (Intel 5300) - help!

After trying a few more things including removing the Intel My WIFI drivers, I decided to try swapping out the 5300 with an older AR based ABGN mini PCI card.  So I pulled off the palm rest and key board and pulled the various connections and screwdowns needed to remove the card.  Unfortunately, the AR card is double sided - it wouldn't lay flat in the slot.  So I replaced the 5300, screwed everything down, reconnected the antennas, replace the keyboard and palm rest and replaced the battery.  I powered it up and low and behold - I'm now getting the speeds I was expecting.  E.g. north of 1Mbs.  The only thing I can figure is either the antennas were misconnected or just not seated properly. I recommend reseating the antennas for anyone else who has this problem - probably before trying pretty much any of the other things suggested in this forum - power, twiddlles, etc. Mike 

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I finally found the solution to my problem today, and I'm posting this information in hopes that someone can verify in their environment what I found in mine.  Also in hopes that it will save someone else the weeks of effort it took me to resolve. To recap, my problem was that I was unable to stream audio or video either from my LAN or from the internet without losing connectivity frequently or permanently.  This problem began when several months ago I updated my laptop to Win 7 Professional from Vista Business.  I didn't experience the problem under Vista.  Today I determined the problem was that I am running mixed mode on my LAN which apparently is not supported by the Win 7 driver for the Intel 5300.  My router is the D-Link DIR-655 which is an 802.11n router capable of being configured for mixed mode support.  I am running it configured for n and g support since my wife's laptop only supports g.  I booted up my laptop today and began an audio stream from my server and to my surprise it worked beautifully, just like it should.  I listened for a while and suddenly the music began skipping.  I noticed that my wife had just booted her laptop about the same time the skips began.  On a long shot I went into the advanced configuration of the 5300 and disabled 802.11n support forcing it to disconnect and reconnect at 54Mbps.  That action restored my audio stream immediately, and I proceded to test by exercising seve... Read more

Answer:Problem with T500 Intel 5300 AGN WiFi resolved......

goodde wrote:
 
My router is the D-Link DIR-655 which is an 802.11n router capable of being configured for mixed mode support. 
 
The DIR-655 only operates in the 2.4GHz WiFi band (you can see that in the product manual - Frequency Range 2.4GHz to 2.483GHz) and is not fully  802.11n Draft 2 compliant, and so will not achieve 802.11n speed with the Intel WiFi cards which are fully 802.11n Draft 2 compliant.
In 802.11n Draft 2, based on field experience, the IEEE 802.11n Working Group specified that bonded channel operation should only take place in the 5GHz WiFi band and 802,11n operation in the 2.4GHz band created too many other issues for 802.11b/g operation in that band.  This is also reflected in the recently ratified/published 802.11n specification.
So the problem IS your router, not the Intel cards, or Windows 7 drivers. 
 
Cheers,
 

Bill

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I want to install a Intel N 5300 card on T430. Does anyone has such experience? Which type card should I bought? mini PCI or half mini PCI? Does 5300 work with T430? Thanks.

Answer:Does T430 work with Intel N 5300 wifi card?

5300 intel card won't work with the T430. The T430 uses half size mPCIe card.

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Recently received a new T400, vista home basic ,Intel WiFi Link 5300 (AGN) (part number 42X6325  )After sever hours of usage the wireless network stops working- and cannot find any wireless networks at all .Restart of the computer solves the problem- it easily finds 7-8 of the active networks in the area and connects to the one at home for several hours until the next time it stops working..Any suggestions (drivers, windows options (never used Vista before))  are very welcomed. Mark.

Answer:T400 vista home basic WiFi Link 5300 Disconnecting

I have the same problem. And when I download large files the machine "hangs" for periods. Mark, it helped a bit to register the location on the Access Connections, input wlan security settings there to and activate it via the Access Connections. This way helped me a bit. But not 100% yvind

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I have an X301 S/N xx-xxxxx laptop installed with Vista Business Professional 64-bit SP1. A few days ago I updated the drivers via ThinkVantage "Update my system" tool including the WiFi driver. Now, I have the Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN driver version 13.2.0.30. After installing this driver the WiFI Radio is not working: it is not possible to power on the WiFi radio. 
 
During this update the latest Intel PROSet/Wireless Tools program was installed. In the Diagnose menu the Hardware test fails for this device claiming that the wireless adapter is disabled or uninstalled. However, if I look at the Control Panel -> Device Manager -> Network Adapters -> Intel(R) WiFi Link 5300 AGN -> (Right click) Properties -> Driver tab then I can see that the device is enabled.
 
I have to add that the original driver worked perfectly and it is now very annoying that I cannot use the WiFi at all. Please, give me help how to solve this problem. I tried to visit the Lenovo Support & Downloads pages and download other X301 Vista 64-bit driver but the system tells me that I have the latest driver and the driver was not installed. Anyway, I am not sure what is the right solution or driver, so please help me. I am quite frustrated as I downloaded everthing officially by using the ThinkVantage tool given by Lenovo. I thought that these drivers offered by this tool were thoroughly tested.
 
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Answer:X301 Vista Sp1 64-bit WiFi driver 5300 AGN: it is not possible to power on the WiFi radio

Hi agali,
 
Welcome to Lenovo Forums.
 
Could you try to do a "Roll Back" on the WLAN driver and see if it helps.
 
//JameZ

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Hey guys, I've been a X61T(tablet) user for over 2 years now and have never had WiFi connection issues, whatsoever. I upgraded to Windows 7 last year and things only got better.  But, today, after uninstalling a program called "Connectify", that basically transforms your laptop into a WiFi hotspot, my Wireless Radio JUST WON'T SWITCH ON! My Wireless Radio switch(that's in front) is on(I pushed it to the right). Up until yesterday, it was working great. I even used my Wireless Network to create a WiFi hotspot using Coonectify. I also deleted it from Connectify because it wasn't working. And then, I just uninstalled Connectify because I didn't see a point in creating a hotspot, when I have a Wireless Router at home. I rebooted my PC and Viola --- WIRELESS RADIO HAS BEEN DEAD! I don't see the green LED for WiFi on the extreme left blinking anymore. Gone!  Went to Device Manager and I didn't see any problems with the Intel WiFi Link 4695 Device driver. I still uninstalled it and downloaded the most recent one. STILL NOT WORKING! I checked the registries to see if I can find any entries from Connectify that may be causing the problem, but Nada! Nothing there as well! I'm feeling pretty downbeat because I got a new Wireless Router yesterday NETGEAR N-150 and not even 24 hours later, I'm back to using ETHERNET cable! I'd really appreciate it if someone can help me out here! Thanks.













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Answer:Lenovo X61T: Wireless Adapter(Intel WiFi Link 4695AGN) won't SWITCH ON!

GINORMOUS APOLOGIES!Re-installed the device driver and the problem is gone!PS, I hope my post was at least entertaining...I feel that sheepish now!

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Usually internet speed is low since i start the laptop but i find a better speed after maximizing the use of energy of the wireless card. The problem is saving this maximization setting, because everytime i shutdown the laptop or even closing Explorer the configuration turns back to the "minimizing" position !!! I tried to solve it by using the energy management application but i wasn't able to find any setting for the use of the wireless card. Wireless device / properties/ Wireless WiFi Link 4965AGN >>> Configuration >>> Advanced >> Property: energy administration and then a horizontal bar on the side, from minimum to maximum. Any help? Please ... Alfonso (Sevilla, Spain)

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So I'm sitting in the kitchen, and as usual, my wireless connection speed reduces after a couple minutes after establishing connection, and never returns back to 130 Mbps.  Transmit (currently) shows 52 Mbps... oh, now 78 Mbps, nope now 65 Mbps. Hovering over the windows wireless system tray icon = 39 Mbps (also varies each time I check, but never gets back to 130 Mbps Why can't it stay?  How do I get/force it back to maintain "full" 130Mbps? I've played with Advanced Wireless Settings to keep Transmit Power level to 100%, Power Save Mode = Low,According to Wireless COnnection Status window, I'm associated with Access point at signal strength = 80%, Signal Quality = Excellent, andI'm connected secured as WPA AESTAC = 5.61BIOS 3.11Win XP SP3 Network adapter802.11nIntel 5300 driver 13.0.0.107 (2009-09-15)advanced tab settings i've ensured:Power Management = Highest (max performance)Transmit Power = maximum (highest coverage) What else?Rick





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Answer:Why Intel 5300 wifi reduces from 130 Mbps and never goes back to that level?

This is often due to poor signal reception. Does it happen when you place the laptop reasonaly close to the wireless router?

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I recently purchased a Lenovo T400 with the Intel 5350 wireless card (same as the 5300 but with WiMax), and, like a lot of other people on this forum, I could not get the wifi to consistently work. I spent several frustrating days searching these forums and trying pretty much every solution offered (XP 32 bit, Vista 32 bit, Vista 64 bit, w/ & w/out Access Connections, w/ & w/out Intel software, Lenovo drivers vs. Intel drivers, etc.). However, in the end, the solution was totally unrelated. What I found was that when I was using WEP security on my Linksys WRT54G router (v5 w/ the latest firmware) I could not get wifi to work consistently. In most cases it was hard to get it to work at all. In other cases it might work after a reboot for a few minutes, then stop working again. However, as soon as I either turned off security or changed it to WPA2-Personal, wifi worked like a charm. I was originally thinking about returning the laptop, since no wifi makes it pretty much unusable. But, with this finding I think I will keep it. Since it is obviously a driver issue, I'm going to assume there will be a driver update in the near future to fix the problem. Hope this helps some of you who are having the same problems!

Answer:Intel 5300/5350 Intermittent Wifi Solution - Don't use WEP security!

That is a fascinating solution to the intermittent mess the Intel cards can go into. Never would have thought secrurity and encryption would affect the performance. For what it's worth, go into the properties of the wireless card in Device Manager. Go to the Advanced Tab. Set "Roaming Aggressiveness" slider to the lowest, "Power Managment" to lowest, and "Transmit Power" to highest. These were solutiosn that I've run across and fixed the problem for me (I have the regular 5300, hope you will get to use and enjoy WiMax).

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After an XP to Windows 7 Ultimate upgrade, wifi is broken. The yellow antenna light next to the bluetooth light at the bottom of the screen is lit. Wired neworking works but not Wifi. I've downloaded the latest Intel driver but when I troubleshoot it gives error messages such as "the device is not enabled". I've scoured forums and tried a few things.1. Uninstall the driver, uninstall Thinkvantage Connection Manager, reboot, reinstall driver, connection manager.2. Turn off wireless-n (someone previously posted a solution that involved disabling wireless n).3. Disabled the ability to disable the device on the power manager.4. Lowered the antenna power (it was on high).5. Verified the device in enabled in the bios.6. Hit fn-F5 (which seems to do nothing)7. Checked the switch in the front (the yellow light does turn off if I slide it left). If you start up Thinkvantage Access Connections, it shows zero wireless access points and I know I have a few neighbors besides me who have wireless routers. My mac finds my router (a D-Link DIR-655) just fine. A few folks mentioned that the cards do go but it seems strange. The computer rarely leaves the house.  Anyone have a suggestion of something I may have missed ?













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Answer:T400 Intel 5300 AGN WiFi can't enable device on Windows 7

Hi ben2e,
 
Do run the ThinkVantage System Update on your T400 as it seems you have miss out a few drivers as your Fn + F5 keys is not mapped.
 
After you have done so, try pressing Fn + F5 and try to turn on the Wireless device from there.
 
Several things to check

In devmgmt.msc, is it turned on?
manual installation of WLAN driver via site

//JameZ

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My X200s uses Intel N 5300 WiFi card. But I need this slot for mpcia SSD. Can I use half size Intel N 5300 wifi card at Turbo Memory slot if I remove half size Turbo Memory?

Answer:Half size Intel N 5300 WiFi card for X200s

if it is from Lenovo then yes, otherwise no. Lenovo never sold any Thinkpads with a half size Intel 5300 card AFAIK, so if you are getting a generic one then the answer is no, it won't work in your machine. the slot on the X200s won't support mSATA drives.

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I have had a Linksys BEFW11S4 Version 4 Wireless router for quite some time.  It works like a champ and I have one Laptop wired to it and a second using Wireless working just fine.  Recently, I received a new ThinkPad W500 Laptop with an Intel WIFI Link 5100 AGN wireless network adapter.  The older laptop (ThinkPad T60p) that works just fine with the router uses a11a/b/g Wireless LAN Mini PCI Express Adapter by Atheros.  However, the NEW laptop (the W500) with the Intel Adapter fails to connect to the Router.  It will either indicate a failure while "Waiting for Association" or it will indicate a failure when waiting to "renew IP Address".  Sometimes, it will show a signal strength close to ZERO (Even as the older laptop with the other adapter is showing a signal strength close to 100%) When I called Linksys support, I was told that the facts that the Router (a) works find with the wired Laptop and (b) works fine with the 11a/b/g NEtwork Adapter and (c) works fine when WIRED to the new laptop all indicate that the problem is NOT with the router at all -- but with the Network Adapter.  Can anyone tell me what has to be adjusted in the Adapter settings?  Right now, I am using IBM Access Connections for BOTH of the wireless laptops.  I have made sure to set IDENTICAL values for SSID and WEP (128-bit) [static] password.  I have also ensured that all OTHER settings are the same for the two laptops.  Yet, in... Read more

Answer:Intel WIFI Link 5100 AGN Network Adapter does not recognize Linksys Wireless Router

I would like to add some information that I left out that MAY be crucial here.On the NEWER ThinkPad, I am using Access Connections 5.02.  At work, the wireless adapter works properly and I am able to use the Intel Adapter.It is only at home where I have the Linksys Router that I have a problem.I also noticed that when I looked at the Wireless Driver Properties, there was NO tab for "wireless" -- which I would have expected to see....Instead there are only TWO tabs... one for "General" and one for "Advanced"... Just like what you would see for an EthernetAdapter..... this all looks a bit weird to me.....As I did not configure this laptop, I do not know if the Hotkey and Power Manager were installed BEFORE the Access Connections or not.... any ideas? TIA --Zvi

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I have a T410 2522-AN4 running XP/Pro.I installed a number of updates on 10/29 which seem to have exposed me to a 'Windows Delayed Write Failed'error. I've rolled back 5 of the driver updates. I've turned off Write Caching. I've increased SystemPages to 24FFF.I've run all the diagnostics I can find. No luck. Now I'd like to rollback/uninstall/? some of these other updates thatwent in on 10/29. Two that I'm suspicious of are ThinkPad BIOS Update Utility US and Intel Wireless WiFi Link for Windows XP. Where would I go to find a way to rollback those two items? Thanks for any help!

Answer:How to rollback ThinkPad BIOS Update Utility US and Intel Wireless WiFi Link for Windows XP?

Previous BIOS versions should be found on the T410 driver matrix if you scroll down on the BIOS page. You'll have to pick the version that corresponds to whichever version you had previously.Which hard disk (I think it's a \Device\HardDisk\Volume notation) the Delayed Write Failed error highlight?Maybe turn on Windows cache flushing on the drive in Device Manager?

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I just reinstalled a T60 from scratch TWICE  to the point of updating  - Intel Wireless Wifi Link for Windows XP -Just after that very latest Update (3.1.1.1 or so?)  there is no WLAN possible and I had to find out, that  a system restore is impossible either! (Simply does not work and asks me to get another point and try again)I have a full backup done by acronis 2010 so that does not bother me so very much.The point is that I like to WARN everybody to install that Update to their T60  e.g. 2008YWJ !!!(contains 3945AGB WLAN Module!) After Updating U HAVE NO CHANCE TO REPAIR IT! U get always the problem signature szAppName: AcSvc.exe  szAppVer: 5.6.1.33  szModName: PfMgrApi.dllszModVer : 13.0.0.2  offset: 000d4912 and the System wants to report that stuff to MicroSoft...again and again...every time ustart AccessConnections. U can DEinstall AccessConnections and Intel Wireless Wifi Link for XP completely, reboot and REinstall it....just 2 get the same messages and NO WLAN anymore. I could not get out of this Driver Installation Hell until I did a complete Recovery Install and I got back to Hell when System Update REinstalled Intel Wireless WiFi Link for XPautomagically...;-((( And again NO CHANCE to roll back, No chance to get rid of that annoying bug. This time I have an ACRONIS-Image so I can spare some time.... Somebody shoud really CHECK this, because it should not be possible to brea... Read more

Answer:T60 WLAN COMPLETELY GONE after installing latest Update Intel Wireless WiFi Link for Windows XP

Error Messages r changingIt was szAppName: AcSvc.exe  szAppVer: 5.6.1.33  szModName: PfMgrApi.dllszModVer : 13.0.0.2  offset: 000d4912 Now it is:szAppName: AcSvc.exe  szAppVer: 5.6.1.33  szModName: PfMgrApi.dllszModVer : 13.1.1.3  offset: 000d4912

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Dear all,

I thought I have met this problem before before my two wireless adapters both stopped working.

PCI-E INTEL 5300
TP-LINK WN821N

My case is a little different from those I found on this forum.

1. When I upgraded my thinkpad x200 to win7 64bit, I don't have "Wireless Network Connection", but I fixed it by stopping one setting of Kaspersky and it came back, so when I first found my PCI-E wireless didn't work, I thought the same thing happened, although I didn't remember the details, I tried the Kaspersky, don't work.

2. I updated the drivers, uninstall-install, start-stop-start WLAN AutoConfig... I have done a lot that can be searched on line, never worked for me.

3. Tragedy happened, I adjusted several common options on BIOS, then after several tries I made to make 5300 work, USB wireless died Don't know how to recover it, and back to my laptop again.

Could anyone here help me out? Really appreciate it! I have spent two days on this stuff, if no one can do this, I guess the only way is to reinstall the OS, that's the least thing I want to do.

Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mic

PS: Unavailable wireless adapters have all zero Mac addresses, also can't be found in control panel.

Answer:PCI-E intel 5300 wireless doesn't work. Then the USB wireless adapter

Problem solved. Thanks anyway.

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upgrade my W700 wifi 5300 AGN to Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 (FRU: 60Y3233),  doable? Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 is one of the wifi options in W701, I don't know if I can use the same wifi card in my w700.













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Answer:Can I upgrade my W700 wifi 5300 AGN to Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300

you would need to hack the bios to make this upgrade possible. 

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After a system check my Wifi stopped suddenly working. I have- noticed that the WiFI-network object is not anymore visible in the Network Connections- run WLAN diagnostics with Deveice Manager ==> Tells hw OK- I have updated and reloaded the driver from Intel site and it went thru OK- after rebooting I still get the msg "driver is not bound succesfully"- radio is ON, many networks are available Any suggestions?Thanks in advance!Hannu

Answer:WiFI problem: Driver is not bound succesfully...any comments how to solve?

I am having the same problem, and I am seeing quite a few posts with details of this issue with the wireless networking card.  What is going on, Lenovo?

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Hi,

I've researched the forum a little bit already about this issue, but haven't found a real solution yet. I have a brand new Lenovo X200 w/ an Intel 5300 AGN wireless card, and my connection drops and immediately reconnects very often. As I'm typing this, it has happened several times.

On recommendations from various forum posts, I have:
1) Installed the latest Intel driver (13.0.0.107) - supplied by Lenovo on recommendation from Intel's site.
2) Disabled IP6 in my wireless adapter
3) Played around with various power settings
4) Played around with various device driver advanced settings.

Nothing seems to make a difference. If anyone knows how to alleviate this issue, please let me know.

Thanks.

Answer:Wireless Connection Drops often with Intel 5300 AGN

See if this post shows you how to fix it. There seems to be some drivers you may need and also changing to the 5.0Ghz band can help.

Re: ThinkPad Intel WiFi 5300 Wireless Connection D... - lenovo community

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I just got a new T61p with Windows Vista Logo - it came with XP.  I installed Vista on it, and now my Wireless "wifi link 4965ag" is not recognized by Vista.  How can this be fixed? 

Answer:Vista Driver for Wireless wifi link 4965ag

Could i have your machien Type number please , then i could point  you in teh right direction to download the driver.

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OK, lets talk real life and not out dated reviews.I have W700 with the afore mentioned 5300 WiFi adapter running Vista 64.I currently have a Belkin N1 router (current speed is 54Mbps!) so apparantely from what I can determine from other post with a bit of reworking passkey encryption, firmware updates, etc I could get to 170Mbps. My wife's computer is running at 270Mbps so as you can imagine, the abuse I am getting with my "New" computer and "fancy" technology she is leveling on me. I need help!What do the users of this forum use for their wireless routers to get the most ot of this adapter? Not looking for a marketing campaign just real world results with the 5300. Thanks 













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Answer:WiFi 5300 and Wireless

 http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/product.do?doctypeind=10&template=/partslookup/partsLooku...Message Edited by lead_org on 04-23-2009 09:10 AM

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I just received my W500 in the mail today and everything seems to work fine except for my wireless.I tried doing the powersave stuff (changing everything to max performance), I checked the driver and all that seems to be working. I'm using Windows Vista Ultimate 32bit Service Pack 1.

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Reading that the 5300 has a better distance.  Anyone know if its compatable to swap out an abgn with this? I would guess it has to be purchased via Lenovo so the Bios will read the card. tnx

Answer:Intel PRO/Wireless 5100/5300 AGN compatable with T61P ?

the T61p BIOS does not have the 5100/5300 whitelisted.

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I wondered how many others were having problems with their T500 on Windows 7 using Wireless N on an Intel 5300 card. After a lot of data has been transferred over the wireless (possibly 2GB - i.e. the 32 bit number boundary?), the machine crashes with a BSOD. Analysis of the minidump shows it's the Intel Wireless Driver (NetW5s64.sys) - and this is the very latest version (13.0.0.107) both on Lenovo support and Intel Support. Note I also saw the same problem when running 32 bit Windows 7 (NetW5s32.sys), and I've also seen reports of this problem on Dell's and Toshiba's with this card inside. Anyone at Lenovo have a clue if Intel are aware of the problem and working to fix it? Have others seen this problem? noz

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Hi,  I tried to install a new Intel 5300 Wireless Card in my Thinkpad T400.However, it is not very successful.After I installed the driver, I find a yellow exclamation point on the 5300 Wireless Card on the device manager and an error code 10 (can't start device). I have tried to re-install the driver but still no luck.Could anyone help for this?Thanks a lot Here is some information might be useful:Operating System: Windows XP (SP3)Driver download from Lenovo:  http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/document.do?lndocid=MIGR-70504Wireless Card bought from ebay (The seller said this card can support IBM/LENOVO T400).

Answer:Error code 10 for Intel 5300 Wireless Card

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